Combating Terrorism in Indonesia through Collaborative Strategy

Authors

  • Sitti Aminah
  • Ray Septianis Kartika
  • Slamet Rahmat Topo Susilo
  • Hotnier Sipahutar
  • Asrori
  • Catur Wibowo
  • Joko Sabtohadi
  • Fourlianti. U.R
  • Hadi Supratikta
  • Siti Maemunah
  • Yunia Rahayuningsih

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.59670/ml.v21i1.5315

Abstract

Terrorism is a complex issue that requires a multi-faceted approach to be tackled effectively. The study conducted through qualitative research methods, including literature studies and focus group discussions, reveals that terrorism is a combination of perspectives, economics, socio-politics, and ideology. To combat terrorism, the Indonesian government has implemented a three-pronged approach that includes law enforcement, economic and socio-cultural empowerment, and deradicalization and counterterrorism. However, the implementation of this approach has its challenges. Weak program implementation, a lack of institutional capacity, and limited involvement of local governments make it difficult to prevent terrorism effectively. The study recommends that both government and non-governmental organizations increase their roles to combat terrorism effectively through the collaborative model.

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Published

2023-10-25

How to Cite

Aminah, S. ., Kartika, R. S. ., Susilo, S. R. T. ., Sipahutar, H. ., Asrori, Wibowo, C. ., Sabtohadi, J. ., U.R, F., Hadi Supratikta, Maemunah, S. ., & Rahayuningsih, Y. . (2023). Combating Terrorism in Indonesia through Collaborative Strategy . Migration Letters, 21(1), 561–571. https://doi.org/10.59670/ml.v21i1.5315

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